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In some missions, I seem to have an uncontrolled roll that I cannot stop with my Hotas buttons.  Is any one else having this issue?

 

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Have you checked your stick inputs? 

And what happens when you use the autopilot, will it roll so it the autopilot fails to keep it on heading? 

 

Hmm, only in some missions sounds like you have a very unbalanced loadout. After firing one Rb-15 out of 2 I do get a roll tendency, but I never find it all that hard to control (with stick, not trim) though I try to not delay the second launch longer than necessary. Apart from that I have never had any problems with uncontrolled roll on a undamaged Viggen.

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I double checked my axis commands and no double entries.  That would have been a great find but alas not the case.

This is happening all the time now since I reinstalled the module.  I am going to re-reinstall again later and see what happens.

No unbalanced load used. 

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Will do later

 

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This is the first track that I ever did. 

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I just tried the landing tutorial and had to give up because of the roll.  As of now, I cannot fly the viggen so I guess it is back to the A10.

 

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I just ran some tests.  My joystick worked perfectly as a trimmer in the A10c.  When I again tried the Viggen, it did not seem to control the trim of the  plane.  So I deleted my x axis on the joystick and put in on one of my throttle levers and the control was much better but difficult to use.  My trimmer commands are correct. Interesting. 

 

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I think I may have solved the problem.  I have a Virpil base and a TM WH stick.  So I downloaded and calibrated the base with the latest software from Virpil and I think that may have solved the problem.  Only the future will tell for sure.  Still testing.

 

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Had a look at the track and the same results Flappie described but didn't post since he had already a few minutes earlier. Good to see you hopefully got it fixed. If not, come back here. Have fun flying 07

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Re-calibrating the joystick was the answer.  Just did the landing tutorial and had no issues with the roll.  I wonder why this plane was the only one that had this issue. 

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OK.  The trim problem has come back again.  I don't know why.  I calibrated the stick with the Virpil software and the windows game controller calibration and the plane still trims way to one side in the landing tutorial.  I jumped into the A10 and had no problems. 

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